Data Center Technologies Certificate

The Data Center Technologies certificate provides a fast-track certificate to (re)train for entry-level IS positions and to provide computer competency in critical systems analysis and design skills, and problem-solving acumen. The certificate program allows a student to earn twenty-seven undergraduate credits that can be applied toward the Marist Bachelor of Science Degree in Information Systems, or to satisfy prerequisites and reduce the credit load from the Marist Master of Science degree in Information Systems for those already holding a Bachelor's Degree. The program provides essential knowledge and skills in computer programming, facilities management, data communications and security, and systems analysis and design.

Admissions requirements: Minimum fifty college credits with a GPA of 2.0 or equivalent life experience; proficiency in word processing and spreadsheet use (non-credit workshops are available to meet this requirement); three years of high school mathematics or college equivalent. Up to two courses may be transferred from an accredited higher education institution.

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